In memory of
Frederick Michelis
In memory of
Frederick Michelis
Frederick G. Michaelis, 71 Frederick G. Michaelis, 71, of Howell, N.J., passed away on Sunday February 14. Mr. Michaelis is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Lee (Eileen), and two children: Erin and Bill. He also leaves behind three grandchildren: Kaleb, Emily, and William. Fred was a longtime resident of Great Kills. As a young man his love of flying lead him to obtain his pilot's license before his driver's license. Fred was a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War who flew Hueys and earned The Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star Medal & Air Medal. His happiest moments were spending time with his family. Military funeral services will be held at Brigadier General William C. Doyle Memorial Cemetery on Tuesday, February 23rd at 1:30 p.m. Donations in Fred's name may be made to Disabled American Veterans at https://www.dav.org/ .
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In memory of
Frederick Michelis
Frederick G. Michaelis, 71 Frederick G. Michaelis, 71, of Howell, N.J., passed away on Sunday February 14. Mr. Michaelis is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Lee (Eileen), and two children: Erin and Bill. He also leaves behind three grandchildren: Kaleb, Emily, and William. Fred was a longtime resident of Great Kills. As a young man his love of flying lead him to obtain his pilot's license before his driver's license. Fred was a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War who flew Hueys and earned The Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star Medal & Air Medal. His happiest moments were spending time with his family. Military funeral services will be held at Brigadier General William C. Doyle Memorial Cemetery on Tuesday, February 23rd at 1:30 p.m. Donations in Fred's name may be made to Disabled American Veterans at https://www.dav.org/ .
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